Given his outstanding form, you would imagine Raheem Sterling to be in a period of his career where he is receiving universal praise.
Instead, Sunday’s Manchester derby is preceded by critical headlines, a brilliant Champions League performance overshadowed by a contentious penalty incident.
This seems to be the way around Raheem. For some reason there is often a cause to find faults rather then celebrate his talent.
Let me tell you from the outset, if I was playing in a match and the referee wrongly gave my team a penalty, there is no way I would want the team-mate involved telling the official he should not give it. Would I – or any defender – tell the referee to give a penalty if I made a…
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